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In line with Qld Govt directives, anyone entering QPAC aged 16 years or over must be fully vaccinated (or medically exempt), will need to register via the Check in Qld app and provide proof of vaccination status. Masks are mandatory at all times, please bring your own mask to the theatre with you.Hide
The QPAC Concert Hall is a versatile venue. It is perfect for a range of performances from large orchestral concerts to stand-up comedy.
The QPAC Concert Hall is one of Australia's most spectacular concert venues. The distinctive architecture and acoustics work to deliver a memorable and intimate performance to each of the 1,600 seats in the front of stage auditorium. The seating capacity can expand to 1,800 when the choir balcony seats are used.
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The Concert Hall adapts to a range of events including classical and popular music, jazz, stand-up comedy, graduation ceremonies and award presentations. Towering above the stage, the magnificent Klais Grand Organ, with its impressive array of 6,500 pipes, forms the central architectural focus of the space.
The Concert Hall faces Melbourne Street and is directly opposite the South Brisbane train station on Grey Street. The closest parking is at the Performing Arts Car Park. The Art Gallery/Museum car park is also close by, as is the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre Grey Street entrance.
The Box Office and cloakroom for the Concert Hall are located on Level M. Large bags and umbrellas must be left at the cloakroom.
We’ve updated our cloaking policy to ensure everyone can safely enjoy their visit to QPAC.
Items larger than A4 must be left at the Cloakroom
Items such as backpacks and oversize items including large handbags and umbrellas present a trip hazard. They are not permitted within QPAC theatres.
To avoid delaying your entry to the theatre, we strongly encourage patrons to avoid bringing to QPAC any items larger than an A4 sheet of paper. Backpacks, umbrellas and items – including handbags – larger than A4, must be left at one of our cloakrooms.
A large bag is defined as measuring 30cm long and 21cm wide or larger, or a bag that QPAC staff consider to be of an irregular size and which may create an unacceptable risk to the health and safety of patrons if permitted within QPAC theatres.
To ensure the safety and security of all patrons, QPAC reserves the right to inspect all bags and personal belongings that patrons wish to take into the theatres. Searches will be carried out courteously and discreetly.
Cloakrooms are located at each theatre and are available to patrons with a valid ticket to a performance on that day.
If you are unsure whether a bag or other item needs to be cloaked, please seek guidance from QPAC cloakroom staff.
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